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Written on: 13/06/2012 by nuns_on_the_run (1 review written)
Bought 4 packs of Signalex DVD-R120 from Poundland, was chuffed with myself thinking I had a bargain. But no! My iMac refuses to have anything to do anything with them, after 20 secs it spits each disc out. Absolute rubbish, I guess you really do get what you pay for. Only reason it gets one star is that I can't give no stars! Will stick to better quality (and more expensive) discs from now on. Not sure if I will take the four packs back to poundland, while I'm a man of principle don't… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2011
VER DISAPPOINTED. PROBLEMS WITH THEM SKIPPING. I USE RECORDABLE DVDS A LOT AND HAVE WASTED SO MUCH MONEY ON THESE. I WOULD NEVER BUY THEM AGAIN. I WOULD NOT EVEN GIVE THEM 1 OUT OF 10. WASTE OF MONEY NO THE WONDER THEY WERE ON SPECIAL OFFER AT MORRISONS. THIS WON'T LET ME POST UNLESS I GIVE A MARK OUT OF 10 SO I AM FORCED TO GIVE THEM 1 WHICH IN MY OPINION IS TOO HIGH… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2009 by asimmet (1 review written)
I bought a 50 pack and after about 10 I have discovered that I can only put 4.37 GB on these discs, yet when I put a Fuji in I get the full 4.7 guess what I will buy next time. Anybody want to buy some slightly smaller dvds?… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2006 by fjj (1 review written)
They may be cheap, but they are a waste of money and time as they are so unreliable! They really are rubbish, and I have had problems with them skipping, losing data and with read errors etc… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/02/2006 by GarryF (34 reviews written)
When you get a disc burner or DVD recorder you will get a list of the equipment manufacturers recommended DVD blank discs to use. The problem is when you have a few machines using the discs such as a DVD Recorder, Laptop and In-Car player. Earlier machines use either the " - " or the " + " format only. Later machines are multi-format + and - .
Cheaper discs can work well on one machine, but let you down on multi-use. Choose a quality disc like Memorex, and you should have the versatility of… Read Full Review